Mariah Carey’s All I Want For Christmas Is
Booze You Tour was supposed to begin on November 17. That date and several others were canceled due to an “upper respiratory infection.” Mariah wasn’t kidding last week when she said that “Queen of Christmas” is NOT her appellation, lambs. At least not this year. Perhaps she already knew that her holiday tour might not be happening.
After cancelling several dates last week, Mariah explained that her doctors forbade her from taking the stage to warble out the Christmas hits in one of her 3 jillion trampy Christmas angel ensembles until she gets better. It sounds like Mariah’s lungs are unaware how important their owner is to our holiday cheer. E! News reports that Mariah announced on Instagram that she’s been forced to cancelled three more shows due to health concerns.
I hope everyone had a wonderful Thanksgiving with loved ones; it’s certainly nice to remember what we are grateful for! Like most, I’m thankful for my overall health… for which I need a bit more time to get right. Doctors have ordered a few extra days of rest before I can finally fly to New York and take the stage for my Christmas Tour. While this news disappoints me to share, I am grateful to be on the mend and for the support from all of you – it means the world to me! See you from the stage soon darlings! ❤, Mariah Read more: mariahcarey.com
Lambs and dahlings who bought tickets for the Nov. 27, 28, and Dec. 1 shows can get their money refunded. The tour will now supposedly begin on Dec 2 in NYC at the Beacon Theatre. Sources are claiming that Mariah is being managed by the younger dude with whom she’s been hot-tubbin’ and drinkin’ champs (aka her former backup dancer Bryan Tanaka). He’s not a very good manager, because any other showbiz shark would have had Mairah rolling herself out in an iron lung draped with tinsel to keep that tour money coming in.
Poor Mariah is so very disappointed that she won’t be able to sing that one song every radio station plays each hour on the hour just yet. But don’t worry, you’ll still hear it. You can’t and won’t escape that song. You could purposely shipwreck yourself on a desert island, and a particularly festive seagull will alight beside you and begin squawking “All I Want For Christmas Is You.”